Headline act - Vikki Stone
Vikki Stone is a multi-talented comedian, actress, singer and musician and the winner of The 2011 Soho Theatre One Night Stand Up Award.
Her unique musical comedy has made her one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit, and she performs regularly at major clubs, festivals and theatres across the country both as a solo act and with her band 'The Flashbacks'.
This summer saw Vikki’s Edinburgh debut “Big Neon Letters” play to sell out audiences and receive incredible reviews, including The Observer’s Comedy Top 5 Edinburgh Shows 2011.
Her TV appearances include 'Most Annoying People 2010' (BBC3), 'Flash Prank' (MTV), “The Hour” (STV), and “Greatest Ever 3D Moments” (Channel 4). You may also recognise her from fronting major ad campaigns for Yakult, Fiat and Tena Lady!
Vikki trained at The Royal Academy of Music, and as an actress has featured in numerous musicals and theatre productions including Beauty and The Beast (Theatre Clwyd), The Ladies That Lunch (Jermyn Street), West End Girls (Jersey Opera House), Oklahoma! (Peacock Theatre), and Times Up! (Shaftesbury Theatre).
As musically talented and exciting as she is funny, expect big laughs from this girl with a big voice.
Opening act - Dave Thompson
Best known for playing Tinky Winky in the Teletubbies, Dave plays a semi-regular character in both series of Al Murray's sitcom Time Gentlemen Please, and two cameo roles in Ben Elton's feature film Maybe Baby. Dave has appeared in ITV's The All New Harry Hill Show, and TV Burp!
Dave is an international stand-up comedian and compere, known for his brilliant one-liners and odd persona. He has written for Harry Hill's TV Burp! and The Sketch Show, which were broadcast on ITV. Both series of The Sketch Show have sold around the world, including to CBS in America.
"Dave Thompson has a unique style and some of the best one-liners". (THE GUARDIAN).
"The best one-liners I've heard this season". (THE INDEPENDENT).
Completing the line-up is - Will Hutchby
Cheeky-faced newcomer Will's material is described as an eloquent analytical description of his misdoings giving him a hopeless yet lovable roguish nature that stems from loneliness and imaginary friends.
Resident MC is local lad Kevin Dewsbury. He performs stand-up comedy all over the world, has supported Rhod Gilbert and Tim Vine on national tours. He established Haha at the Harlequin, bringing the best of the UK and international comedy circuit to Northwich.